unless you count... ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN #200 $4.99 The world mourns on the anniversary of Peter Parker's death. Ultimate Thor appears in a double page crowd scene. I'd show you a scan but I don't want to be fined for ruining the saleability of the book.
Or the reader could accept Lee's premise that the King of the Norse Gods knew what he was doing. That reader would have been rewarded with the eight months of entertainment leading up to this sequence.
THOR BY WALTER SIMONSON TP VOL 04 $29.99 Spanning epic tales of heroism and
treachery, love and war, Simonson's work is often considered the definitive
Thor. From the majesty and mystery of fabled Asgard to the gritty streets of New
York City, Thor was never the same. This fourth volume continues the collection
of Simonson's epic run, including the unforgettable Frog Thor storyline -
completely remastered from the original artwork and newly colored by Steve
Oliff! Collecting THOR #364-369 and #371-374. Writer: Walt Simonson (#364-369, 371-74) Art: Walt Simonson (#364-367), Art: Sal Buscema (#368, 369, 371-374) Cover art: Walt Simonson
Plenty of differences between this Thor and the Marvel one. The one I found
the most interesting was that thunderstorms trigger the mortal-to-Thor
transformation. This comic is from 1959 and the cover is the work of Curt Swan and Stan Kaye.
If you DO go to your Local Shop tomorrow and flip through the new books don't be fooled by A+X #17. The Thor in that issue is a Skrull. This ad that appears in tomorrow's Marvels may interest you though.